Haier HR-62 user manual

User manual for the device Haier HR-62

Device: Haier HR-62
Size: 0,50 MB
Date of adding : 2013-03-08 18:28:35
Number of pages: 11
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D o m e s t i c R e f r i g e r a t o r
O p e r a t i o n I n s t r u c t i o n s
Basi c Operation
Operatio n Instructions

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Cautions All these valuable materials may be taken Disposal of the old appliance to a waste collecting center and used again Before disposing an old appliance that goes after adequate recycling. out of use, please make sure it’s inoperative and safe. Unplug the appliance and remove Consult your local authorities for the name or destroy all of the springs, latches, or and address of the waste materials collecting boltlocks in order to avoid the risk of child centers and waste paper disposal serv

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Cautions For the purpose of safety, the appliance must be properly grounded in accordance with specifications. If the supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by the manufacturer or its service Always remember to unplug the appliance agent or a similarly qualified person in order before cleaning. Never unplug your to avoid a hazard. refrigerator by pulling on the power cord. Always grip plug firmly and pull straight out from the outlet. Specifications All electrica

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Parts 1. Temperature regulator 2. Ice tray 3. Evaporator 4. Bottle rack 5. Shelf 6. Water tray The manufacturer reserves the right to improve the product from time to time without further notice. .3.

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Observations The appliance can be placed with its rear panel directly against the wall. For a good air circulation, the vent grille at the back of the worktop must not be blocked, It should be placed on flat and firm ground lest it gives off higher noise than usual. Do not expose the appliance to direct sunlight or a heat source as cookers, radiators, heaters, etc. Allow warm foods or beverages to cool down before placing them into the appliance. Do not open the door more

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Basic Operation The appliance must stand on even flooring. If the appliance is to be placed on a soft carpet, support the appliance with a solid wood board. If the appliance is placed on the carpet directly, the high-temperature compressor may cause color fading of the carpet. Note: Foods in the refrigeration A separate earthed three-pole is required. compartment may get frozen in following cases, Stop using the appliance if a sensation of electric shock is felt when touching the

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Operation Instructions Do not store frozen foods and ice creams in the refrigerator-Danger of thawing! Wrap or cover foods well before storing so as to avoid loss of water content and off-odor. The appliance can not be used to store medicine or scientific specimen. Do not place heavy items more than 20kg on the top of the refrigerator. Do not place water container, vase or other items that are likely to fall when the door is opened. Do not place bottles of beverage

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Defrosting/Cleaning Defrosting The surface of evaporator ices up when the refrigerator is working. When the frost layer is thick as 3mm, the refrigerator must be defrosted and cleaned. Otherwise, it may results in lower efficiency and high energy consumption. Note: Never use a sharp or pointed item to defrost or loose the ice tray. Otherwise 1. Take out foods and ice tray. Keep the it’s likely to damage the surfaces of the door open. evaporator and result in the leakage of 2. Set the tem

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Defrosting/Cleaning Cleaning 1. Unplug the appliance. 2. Wash the inner compartment with lukewarm water and neutral detergent. 3. Dry the surface of the refrigerator thoroughly. Note: 1. Avoid splashing water on the freezer When a power failure is announced when cleaning. 2. Do not use cleansers such as soaps, No defrosting paint, boiled water or acid, etc. Set the temperature regulator to the 3. When using a chemical rag, do not highest figure. scratch the inner surfaces hardly

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Troubleshooting Before calling the service center, check the following points and see if you can solve the problem yourself. Problem Possible Causes Electrical connection is loose. No refrigeration Fuse is broken. Wrong temperature selection. The inner compartment is overfilled. The inner Temperature The appliance is exposed to direct sunlight or is not cold enough. a heat source, such as heater. Frequent door opens. The appliance doesn’t stand level. Some part of the refrigerator rubs against t

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